Israel Israel covers over 8, 020 square miles of land in the Middle East. Leb on, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt are Israels neighboring countries. the Mediterranean and Red Seas also border it. Israel had four main regions: coastal plains; central highlands; Jordan Rift Valley; and Negev Desert. The coastal plains are fertile and thickly populated.
they have humid summer and mild winters. Central highlands contain many of the hill and mountains of the country. Some of the mountains and hills found in the highlands are the Hills of Galilee; Mt. Mer on; Mahktesh Crater; and the oases. Comfortable summers and colder winter are enjoyed in this region. A pleasant summer is experienced in the Jordan Rift Valley, the lowest point of the country is here at the Dead Sea.
The Negev Desert is the last region of Israel, covering over half of the land in Israel. The desert has a beautiful landscape cover with unique plants and flowers, which are supported by the rainfall during the rainy season. (October to April) Agrialtural goes on all year round due to t hier advanced irrigation systems. Israel government has no written constitution.
The president performs all the ceremonial duties, with the prime minister acting as head of the government. all of the government is made up of coalitions, no one party can gain complete control of the Knesset. (Parliament) There are 120 member of the Knesset, which are elected every four years, but voters case ballots for parties not individuals. The two largest parties are the Likud and the Labor. Israel govern manet is based mainly on Jewish laws. Jewish courts handles all of the marriages and divorces in that country.
Introduction From 1993 to 1996, sixty-one U. S. laws and executive actions were enacted authorizing unilateral economic sanctions for foreign-policy purposes. These sanctions were imposed on thirty-five countries. In 1997, seventy-five countries were affected by U. S. imposed sanctions affecting not only the targeted country but U. S. commerce and consumers. Unilateral sanctions can be defined as ...
the highest ranking authority is the che if rabbi. Israel is said to be home for all Jews. with a population of 4, 389, 600 people, 80% of which are Jews. Judaism plays a major role in everyday life. It also has had a hand in the development of other religions such as Christianity; Islam; and Muslim. Jewish schools are provided by the state as well as schools.
the people are free to choose one of the systems. the grade level are much like that of the U. S. elementary runs through 6 th, junior high through 8 th, and high school through 12 th grade.
A high school diploma is needed to enter college and to get a job. There are four universities in Israel. special schools are offered to those who didn’t finish school but would like a diploma. Universities and most of the other school go to school 6 days a week. Israel has a very high literacy rate. the country is very well developed and modern despite the lack of natural resources.
agriculture employs 5% of the labor forces and produces food for consumption and exports. Chief exports that are produced are: cit us; fruits; vegetables; beef; dairy; and poultry. Israel has a strong industry with high technology, mining of diamonds, and the development and production of machinery. Despite the low percent working in these fields the unemployment rate is at 8% right now.
Israel doesnt trade with any Arab countries except for Egypt, which the trade is minimal. Some of Is rales problems comes from its high spending on defenses. This caused rapid industrialization which was very bad. Israel is so what political and economical isolated. Another one of its problems is that it is always at war with its bordering countries. Israel also just the fight against terrorism.
this was a good move for them because they gained allies. My resources were Culture Grams 2001; Middle east the 6 th edition; and ask. com.